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Nitrogen Generator Systems for Industrial Applications

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Nitrogen generation is a more modern means of separating air. There are two means of separating gases non cryogenically. One is with hollow fiber membranes and one is with pressure swing adsorption.

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Nitrogen Generator Systems for Industrial Applications

  1. 1. Nitrogen Generation Systems Bulletin N2-R Classic Controls | Lakeland, Florida 863.644.3642 | www.classiccontrols.com
  2. 2. Parker Hannifin Corporation The Global Leader in Motion and Control Technologies We engineer success of our customers around the world, drawing upon seven core motion and control technologies. These technologies enable virtually every machine and process to operate accurately, efficiently and dependably. As the global leader in motion and control, we partner with our distributors to increase our customers’ productivity and profitability by delivering an unmatch- able breadth of engineered components and value-added services. We continue to grow with our customers by creating application-focused prod- ucts and system solutions. A key to our global expansion has been to follow our customers and establish operations, sales and service wherever they are needed. No single competitor matches Parker’s global presence. Corporate Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. Parker’s Motion and Control Technologies Aerospace Automation Engineered Materials Filtration Fluid Connectors Hydraulics Instrumentation FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS AND/OR SYSTEMS DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product and/or system options for further investigation by users having technical expertise. It is important that you analyze all aspects of your application and review the information concerning the product or system in the current product catalog. Due to the variety of operating conditions and applications for these products or systems, the user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely responsible for making the final selection of the products and systems and assuring that all performance, safety and warning requirements of the application are met. The products described herein, including without limitation, product features, specifications, designs, availability and pricing, are subject to change by Parker Hannifin Corporation and its subsidiaries at any time without notice. WARNING The items described in this document are hereby offered for sale by Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries or its authorized distributors. This offer and its acceptance are governed by the provisions stated in the "Offer of Sale". Offer of Sale © Copyright 1995, 2017, Parker Hannifin Corporation, All Rights Reserved. Legal Notifications !
  3. 3. www.parkern2.com Product Features: Membrane and PSA technologies available Purities up to 99.999% (10ppm O2) Lower cost...eliminates the need for expensive gas cylinders Operate continuously with no unexpected shutdowns Hassle-free, easy to install and operate Compact, frees up valuable floor space Safe and reliable Provide stable long term N2 costs Sustainable and good for the environment Add extra work shifts without extra gas expense 3 The Benefits of Producing Nitrogen on Location Nitrogen is commonly used in indus- try because it is dry and inert. Tradi- tionally, nitrogen has been obtained through a delivered supply in the form of bulk liquid N2, dewars, and high pressure compressed gas cylinders. Relying on outside vendors can pose several challenges including long term purchase commitments, inflexi- ble delivery schedules, uncontrollable vendor price increases, contract ne- gotiations, tank rental fees, HAZMAT fees, and a long procurement process which could result in delays. With regard to cylinders and dewars, the gas supply is interrupted when changeouts are necessary. It is com- mon to run out of supply due to a late or missed delivery. Additionally, precautions must be taken when handling and storing high pressure compressed gas cylinders. A dangerous situation can be created if a cylinder is dropped and a valve is broken off, potentially causing the cylinder to become a projectile. Parker Balston nitrogen generation systems continuously produce high purity nitrogen from compressed air and eliminate the inconvenience of a delivered nitrogen supply. A con- tinuous supply of consistent purity is available within minutes of startup. Installation is simple: pipe in com- pressed air and pipe out nitrogen. Just connect a standard compressed air line to the inlet of the generator, connect the outlet to your nitrogen line and the unit is ready for trouble free operation. The system is de- signed to operate 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Parker Balston nitrogen genera- tors are free standing, housed in an attractive cabinet or skid mounted, depending on the application. Stan- dard features include high efficiency coalescing prefilters with automatic drains, activated carbon adsorption (when required), nitrogen storage tank and a 0.01 micron final membrane filter. Nitrogen generation in house and on demand is good for the environ- ment and represents a sustainable approach to the supply of nitrogen. Gas industry sources indicate that an air separation plant uses 1976 kJ of electricity per kilogram of nitrogen at 99.9%. Generation of 99.9% nitro- gen in house using a PSA system is 1420 kJ. That means up to 28% fewer greenhouse gases are created by the generation of electricity with a typical nitrogen generator. At a purity of 98%, the energy required for in house nitro- gen drops to 796 kJ/kg. That means that in house generation creates 62% fewer greenhouse gases from electri- cal power at that purity. Request our white paper entitled “A Sustainable Approach to the Supply of Nitrogen” for a more complete discussion. An oxygen monitor to measure the oxygen concentration of the nitrogen stream is available as an option (stan- dard on Models DB-30, DB-40, DB-50, and DB-80). Parker offers a range of oxygen monitors to meet your applica- tion. See Page 15 for details.
  4. 4. 1-800-343-40484 The benefits of using nitrogen for packaging in the food & beverage industry are well known. Residual oxygen within a package promotes bacterial growth and oxidation, which can compromise product quality and shelf life. Using nitro- gen minimizes the levels of oxygen present, preserving quality and significantly improving shelf life. A nitrogen generator, which separates nitrogen and oxygen from a com- pressed air supply, can often be the most effective way to supply this nitrogen. The final stage sterile air filter is USDA/FSIS accepted for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants and is in full compliance with FDA and GFSI requirements. Wine Bottling A nitrogen blanket, reducing the oxygen concentration to less than 0.5%, minimizes contact between oxygen and the wine surface dur- ing storage (both pre and post bottling). This will prevent the growth of bacteria and other microbes. Nitrogen can also be used to purge air from pipes and hoses prior to bottling and to ensure oxygen is not introduced during transport. Finally, sparging with nitrogen will remove any oxygen or CO2 introduced during handling helping to preserve wine integrity. A Parker nitrogen generator supplies a continuous stream of nitrogen to displace residual oxygen and fill the voids within the package, preserving taste and freshness and extending shelf life. Market Focus: Food and Beverage Modified Atmosphere Packaging Coffee Packaging Meat Packaging Lettuce Packaging Other Applications
  5. 5. www.parkern2.com5 Many industries use a wide variety of dangerous chemicals in the manu- facture of products. Blanketing with an inert gas, such as nitrogen, is often used to ensure the chemi- cal integrity and maximize safety. Nitrogen tank blanketing controls the oxygen concentration and hu- midity within the vessel, protecting the product from contamination, degradation, and chemical change. The reduced oxygen level minimizes the chance of explosion. A nitrogen blanket can also be used to balance tank volumes and prevent collapse during unloading. Isocyanate Blanketing Isocyanates are highly reactive acids that change physical properties when combined with oxygen and moisture, and are potential explosion hazards in the presence of oxygen. Minimizing the concentration of oxygen (below 5%) and water vapor in the void volume can eliminate these issues. A Parker nitrogen generator supplies a continuous stream of dry (-58° dewpoint) nitrogen, creating an inert headspace that ensures chemical integrity and decreases the fire hazard. Market Focus: Chemical Processing Chemical Blanketing Edible Oils De-ionized Water High Pressure for Pipeline Services Other Applications
  6. 6. 1-800-343-40486 Market Focus: Metal Processing The use of nitrogen is widespread in the metal processing industry, in- cluding much of the support equip- ment such as lasers. Using nitrogen to minimize the contact with oxygen improves final product quality and minimizes rework. Aluminum Extrusion High temperatures often cause aluminum oxide to form on the surface of the dies, causing imperfections in the newly formed piece. This damage can cause increased tooling costs, higher maintenance costs and require- ments, extended downtime and lost productivity. This damage can also leave the final part useless, due to weakness within the material or non- compliance to the original design specification. Using nitrogen to degas the aluminum during the extrusion process removes oxygen and assists die cooling, which improves consistency, yields less scrap, and produces high quality finished products. A Parker nitrogen generator is often the most cost efficient way to supply this continuous stream of nitrogen. Aluminum Degassing Laser Cutting Selective Laser Sintering Other Applications
  7. 7. www.parkern2.com7 Nitrogen is used throughout the en- ergy cycle from production in oil and gas wells to transmission at power plant. The severe combustibility of the product often makes it a require- ment, from gas lift in the production well to blanketing the seals on a natural gas compressor during elec- trical generation. The remoteness of many of these locations, coupled with the volumes required, typically make a nitrogen generator a great fit. Boiler Layup Boiler cycling (i.e. startup and shutdown) is more common in today's challenging business environment, primarily due to instability of natural gas prices and volatile energy demand. Proper layup of the Heat Re- covery Steam Generator (HRSG) is critical. Problems associated with improper boiler layup include corrosion and pitting on both the gas & water sides of the HRSG, maintenance issues, startup delays and water chemistry delays. Nitrogen is an essential tool in helping to alleviate these issues and has become the preferred technology since it doesn't introduce foreign chemicals to the boiler. A Parker nitrogen generator improves operating costs, eliminates corrosion and pitting and ensures a quick, trouble free startup. Market Focus: Power Generation Blanket Boiler Feedwater Transformer Blanketing Other Applications
  8. 8. 1-800-343-40488 How Membrane Technology Works Complete package with prefilters, carbon filter, and membrane filter No electrical line required, safe for all Class 1 environments. Produce 95 - 99% pure, commercial- ly sterile nitrogen from a compressed air supply Dewpoints to -58°F (-50°C) All models include a 0.01 micron membrane filter Models available with oxygen monitors Final stage sterile filter is USDA ac- cepted for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants, in full com- pliance with FDA and GFSI require- ments Models HFX-7 through HFX-11 Membrane Nitrogen Generators Product Features Parker Balston nitrogen generators utilize proprietary membrane sepa- ration technology. The membrane separates compressed air into two streams: one is 95-99% pure nitro- gen and the other is air enriched with oxygen, carbon dioxide, water and other gases. The generator separates air into component gases by passing inex- pensive compressed air through semi permeable membranes, consist- ing of bundles of individual hollow fibers. Each fiber has a perfectly circular cross section and a uniform bore through its center. Because the fibers are so small, a great many can be packed into a limited space, pro- viding an extremely large membrane surface area that can produce a rela- tively high volume product stream. Compressed air is introduced into the center of the fibers at one end of the module and contacts the mem- brane as it flows through the fiber bores. Oxygen, water vapor and other trace gases easily permeate the membrane fiber and are dis- charged through a permeate port while the nitrogen is contained within the membrane and flows through the outlet port. Since water vapor permeates through the membrane as well, the nitrogen gas stream is very dry, with dewpoints as low as -58°F/50°C. Pressurized air Fibre wall porous Outer side dense Inner side open Permeate Gas Separation Membrane Rate of diffusion Retentate Fast H²O , H² , He Medium CO², O² Slow N², Ar, CO Gas Separation Membrane
  9. 9. www.parkern2.com9 Membrane Nitrogen Generators Notes: 1 Maximum operating pressure in Europe is 8 barg.  2 No electrical power required unless used with an oxygen analyzer @ 120VAC / 60Hz / 30 Watts. Principal Specifications - HFX Series Flow Rates SCFH (Nm3 /hr) @ 100 psig (7 barg) @ 68°F (20°C)* Flow Correction Factors at Indicated Operating Pressure (PSIG) 58 73 87 101 116 130 145 .52 .65 .86 1 1.15 1.35 1.44 .54 .68 .85 1 1.14 1.3 1.43 .52 .65 .85 1 1.14 1.34 1.43 .53 .66 .86 1 1.14 1.32 1.43 .44 .65 .85 1 1.1 1.3 1.4 .44 .65 .85 1 1.2 1.4 1.6 Model 95 96 97 98 99 HFX-1 40 (1.1) 33 (0.9) 26 (0.7) 16 (0.5) 11 (0.3) HFX-3 148 (4.2) 120 (3.4) 95 (2.7) 70 (2.0) 42 (1.2) HFX-5 279 (7.9) 229 (6.5) 176 (5.0) 131 (3.7) 76 (2.2) HFX-7 452 (13) 360 (10) 283 (8.0) 209 (5.9) 120 (3.4) HFX-9 752 (21) 600 (17) 452 (13) 330 (9.3) 201 (5.7) HFX-11 1201 (34) 992 (28) 780 (22) 572 (16) 248 (7.0) HFX Series Maintenance Kit Components Model Maintenance Maintenance Replacement Replacement Replacement Final Membrane Activated Kit Kit w/02 Filter Cartridges Filter Cartridges Filter Cartridges Filter Carbon Monitor 1st stage 2nd stage 3rd stage Filter HFX-1 MK75005 N/A 100-12-DX 100-12-BX --- 9933-05-95 7700-L321 HFX-3, HFX0-3 (w/O2 monitor) MK7579C MK75790C 100-12-DX 100-12-BX --- GS-100-12-95 75620 HFX-5, HFX0-5 (w/O2 monitor) MK7579C MK75790C 100-12-DX 100-12-BX --- GS-100-12-95 75620 HFX-7, HFX0-7 (w/O2 monitor) MK7576 MK75760 100-18-DX 100-18-BX 100-25-BX GS-100-25-95 75303 HFX-9, HFX0-9 (w/O2 monitor) MKHFX9 MKHFX09 100-18-DX 100-18-BX 100-25-BX GS-100-25-95 B04-0435 HFX-11, HFX0-11 (w/O2 monitor) MKHFX11 MKHFX011 100-18-DX 100-18-BX 100-25-BX GS-100-25-95 B04-0438 Ordering Information - HFX Series For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM Eastern Time * At 100 psig. Nitrogen generator purity is pressure, temperature, and flow dependent. Higher flow and purities can be accomplished at higher pressures. Model Number HFX-1 HFX-3, HFX0-3 HFX-5, HFX0-5 HFX-7, HFX0-7, HFX-9, HFX0-9, HFX-11, HFX0-11 Min/Max Operating Press. 60 psig/145 psig (4 barg/10 barg)(1) 60 psig/145 psig (4 barg/10 barg)(1) 60 psig/145 psig (4 barg/10 barg)(1) 60 psig/145 psig (4 barg/10 barg)(1) Air Quality Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Max. Press. Drop (at 95% N2 , 125 psig) 10 psig (0.7 barg) 10 psig (0.7 barg) 10 psig (0.7 barg) HFX-7. HFX0-7: 10 psig (0.7 barg) HFX-9, HFX0-9: 15 psig (1.03 barg) HFX-11, HFX0-11: 20 psig (1.4 barg) Recommended Inlet/Ambient Operating Temperature 77°F (25°C) 77°F (25°C) 77°F (25°C) 77°F (25°C) Temperature Range 40°F/100°F (4°C/37°C) 40°F/122°F (4°C/50°C) 40°F/122°F (4°C/50°C) 40°F/122°F (4°C/50°C) Electrical Requirements None(2) None(2) None(2) None(2) Inlet/Outlet Port Sizes 1/4" NPT 1/4" NPT 1/4" NPT 1/4" NPT Nitrogen Dewpoint -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) Commercially Sterile Yes Yes Yes Yes Final Filtration Efficiency 99.9999+ % at 0.01µm 99.9999+ % at 0.01µm 99.9999+ % at 0.01µm 99.9999+ % at 0.01µm Dimensions 12.8"w x 7.5"d x 16.3"h (32cm x 19.1cm x 41cm) 16"w x 16"d x 50"h (41cm x 25cm x 91cm) 16"w x 16"d x 50"h (41cm x 25cm x 91cm) 24"w x 20"d x 69"h (61cm x 51cm x 175cm) Shipping Wt. 38 lbs (17.3 kg) 127 lbs (58 kg) 138 lbs (63 kg) 250 lbs (114 kg)
  10. 10. 1-800-343-404810 Balston Monobed Nitrogen Gen- erators produce up to 99.99% pure, compressed nitrogen at dewpoints to -58°F (-50°C) from nearly any com- pressed air supply. The generators are designed to continually trans- form standard compressed air into nitrogen at safe, regulated pressures without operator attention. Balston PSA Nitrogen Generators utilize a combination of filtration and PSA Nitrogen Generators - Monobed Monobed design Complete package with prefitration, and receiving tank Safe and reliable Produce 95 - 99.99% pure nitrogen Dewpoints to -58°F (-50°C) Final stage sterile filter is USDA accepted for use in federally in- spected meat and poultry plants, in full compliance with FDA and GFSI requirements PSA towers require no maintenance Energy saving stand-by mode available. Stand-by mode idles the generator during periods of low demand. How PSA Technology Works Product Features pressure swing adsorption technolo- gies. High efficiency prefiltration pretreats the compressed air to remove all contaminants down to 0.1 micron. Air entering the genera- tor consists of 21% oxygen and 78% nitrogen. The gas separation process preferentially adsorbs oxygen over nitrogen using carbon molecular sieve (CMS). At high pressures the CMS has a greater affinity for oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor than it does at low pressures. By raising and lowering the pressure within the CMS bed, all contaminants are captured and released, leaving the CMS unchanged. This process al- lows the nitrogen to pass through as a product gas at pressure. The depressurization phase of the CMS releases the absorbed oxygen and other contaminant gases to the atmosphere. Nitrogen Purity Flow Chart - Monobed Nitrogen Generators Flow Rate, SCFH (Nm3 /hr)* Purity (% N2) MB-1 MB-3 MB-5 99.99 37 (1.1) 74 (2.1) 112 (3.2) 99.95 56 (1.6) 110 (3.1) 165 (4.7) 99.9 76 (2.2) 152 (4.3) 228 (6.5) 99.5 99 (2.8) 197 (5.6) 296 (8.4) 99 109 (3.1) 218 (6.2) 327 (9.3) 98 135 (3.8) 270 (7.6) 405 (11.5) 97 154 (4.4) 309 (8.7) 463 (13.1) 96 174 (4.9) 349 (9.9) 523 (14.8) 95 194 (5.5) 388 (11.0) 583 (16.5) * At 110 psig. Nitrogen generator purity is pressure, temperature, and flow depen- dent. Higher flow and purities can be accomplished at higher pressures. AIR INLET 53 in (1340 mm) 44 in (1123 mm) 29 in (746 mm)
  11. 11. www.parkern2.com11 PSA Nitrogen Generators Ordering Information For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM Eastern Time Monobed Nitrogen Generators Principal Specifications Model MB-1 MB-3 MB-5 Maintenance Kits* Balston Monobed without Oxygen Analyzer MB-1** MB-3** MB-5** MKMB1 Balston Monobed with the standard Oxygen Analyzer MBO-1** MBO-3** MBO-5** MKMBO1 Balston Monobed with Advanced Instruments % Oxygen Analyzer MBOC-1 MBOC-3 MBOC-5 MKMBOC1 Balston Monobed with Advanced Instruments Trace Oxygen Analyzer MBOD-1 MBOD-3 MBOD-5 MKMBOD1 * Each kit contains two replacement prefilter and two final filter elements. Valve maintenance components are also included. Where needed, a replacement oxygen sensor is also included. ** Stand-by available on MB and MBO models. Add suffix -SB to model number. Stand-by is available up to 99.5%. Not available on the OC. Model Number    MB-1 MB-3 MB-5 Recommended Inlet Pressure   110 psig (7.6 barg) 110 psig (7.6 barg) 110 psig (7.6 barg) Min/Max Inlet Pressure   80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) Air Quality   Clean air without contaminants Outlet Pressure at Corresponding Purity (Based on nominal conditions & standard 60 gallon, 110 psig (7.6 barg) N2 tank)   80 psig @ 99.99 - 95%   75 psig @ 95.0% 80 psig @ 99.99 - 96.0% 75 psig @ 95.0% 80 psig @ 99.99-99.5% 70 psig @ 99.0-95.0% Min/Max Ambient Temperature   40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) Electrical Requirements   120VAC/60 Hz., 180W 120VAC/60 Hz., 180W 120VAC/60 Hz., 180W Inlet/Outlet Port Size    1/2" NPT (female) 1/2" NPT (female) 1/2" NPT (female) Nitrogen Dewpoint   -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) Commercially Sterile   Yes Yes Yes Final Filtration Efficiency   99.9999+ % at 0.01µm 99.9999+ % at 0.01µm 9.9999+ % at 0.01µm Generator Cabinet Dimensions   29"W x 27"D x 77"H (74cm x 69cm x 196cm) N2 Tank Size   60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) N2 Storage Tank Dimensions   24"D x 53"H (61cm x 135cm) 24"D x 53"H (61cm x 135cm) 24"D x 53"H (61cm x 135cm) Shipping Weight   724 lbs. (328 kg) 766 lbs. (347 kg) 835 lbs. (379 kg)
  12. 12. 1-800-343-404812 PSA Nitrogen Generators - Dual Bed Fully enclosed (steel) with casters High efficiency coalescing and sterile air filters Oxygen analyzer available PLC controls High oxygen alarms and dry contacts available Stand by mode(1) Purity easily adjusted between 95%- 99.999% with flow control valve Nitrogen Flow SCFH (Nm3 /hr)(2) Notes 1 Stand-by mode is not recommended for purities 99.995-99.999% % Nitrogen      DB-5 DB-10 DB-10-EC DB-15 DB-20 99.999      94 (2.6) 189 (5.4) 189 (5.4) 283 (8.0) 377 (10.7) 99.995      150 (4.2) 300 (8.5) 300 (8.5) 450 (12.7) 600 (17.0) 99.99      194 (5.5) 388 (11.0) 388 (11.0) 583 (16.5) 777 (22.0) 99.95      314 (8.9) 629 (17.8) 629 (17.8) 943 (26.7) 1258 (35.6) 99.9      365 (10.3) 730 (20.7) 730 (20.7) 1095 (31.0) 1460 (41.3) 99.5      512 (14.5) 1024 (29.0) 1024 (29.0) 1536 (43.5) 2048 (58.0) 99      618 (17.5) 1200 (34.0) 1200 (34.0) 1853 (52.5) 2470 (70.0) 98      770 (21.8) N/A 1541 (43.6) 2311 (65.4) 3081 (87.2) 97      892 (25.3) N/A 1783 (50.5) 2675 (75.75) 3566 (101.0) 96      983 (27.8) N/A 1966 (55.7) 2949 (83.5) 3931 (111.3) 95      1065 (30.2) N/A 2130 (60.3) 3195 (90.5) 4260 (120.6) Dual Bed Nitrogen Generation Systems Product Features As standard products, our DB-5 and DB-15 models (including those with an Oxygen Analyzer) can be expand- ed to the flow capacity of a DB-10 and DB-20, respectively. The DB-5 and DB-10 Models can be incorpo- rated into the cabinet of a DB-20 so that they can be expanded to the flow capacity of a DB-20. To get the larger cabinet, order either the Expansion System Options DB-5-EC or the DB-10-EC for future expansion to a DB-20. The expansion is integrated into the cabinet so no extra floor space is needed. Expan- sion Kit P/N EXP-DB-01. Expansion Capabilities DB-5 DB-10 DB-15 DB-20 DB-5   -   - - DB-10   -   - -   - DB-15 DB-5-EC - DB-10-EC Outlet pressure regulator Vertical nitrogen storage tank Energy efficient compared to deliv- ered nitrogen Final stage sterile filter is USDA accepted for use in federally in- spected meat and poultry plants in full compliance with FDA and GFSI requirements. The filter achieves 6 log reduction of bacteria and microorganisms and 99.9999+ % contaminant removal 2 At 110 psig. Nitrogen generator purity is pressure, temperature, and flow dependent. Higher flow and purities can be accomplished at higher pressures. 50 in (1260 mm) 28 in (722 mm) OXYGEN ANALYZER N2 OUTLET AIR INLET 53 in (1340 mm) Models DB5 through DB-20 1 ea. kit EXP-DB-01 1 ea. kit EXP-DB-01 1 ea. kit EXP-DB-01 2 ea. kit EXP-DB-01 1 ea. kit EXP-DB-011 3 ea. kit EXP-DB-01 2 ea. kit EXP-DB-01
  13. 13. www.parkern2.com13 PSA Nitrogen Generators Dual Bed Nitrogen Generation Systems Principal Specifications - Models DB5, DB-10, DB-15, DB-20 Ordering Information - Models DB5, DB-10, DB-15, DB-20 DB N2 Generator without O2 Analyzer DB-5 DB-10 DB-15 DB-20 DB N2 Generator with Std O2 Analyzer DBO-5 DBO-10 DBO-15 DBO-20 DB N2 Generator with Advanced O2 Analyzer DBOC-5 DBOC-10 DBOC-15 DBOC-20 DB N2 Generator with Trace O2 Analyzer DBOD-5 DBOD-10 DBOD-15 DBOD-20 Maintenance Kits - Models DB5, DB-10, DB-15, DB-20(4) DB N2 Generator without O2 Analyzer MKDB5 MKDB5 MKDB15SS1 MKDB15SS1 DB N2 Generator with Std O2 Analyzer MKDBO5 MKDBO5 MKDBO15SS1 MKDBO15SS1 DB N2 Generator with Advanced O2 Analyzer MKDBOC5 MKDBOC5 MKDBOC15SS1 MKDBOC15SS1 DB N2 Generator with Trace O2 Analyzer MKDBOD5 MKDBOD5 MKDBOD15SS1 MKDBOD15SS1 4 Each kit contains two replacement prefilter and two final filter elements. Also included are valve maintenance components. Where needed, a replacement oxygen sensor is also included. For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM EST Save up to 90% of your gas costs by eliminating expensive gas cylinders, dewars and bulk nitrogen Typical payback 6-12 months Eliminate dangerous and problematic nitrogen cylinder transport, storage and change-out issues Product Features and Benefits Easy to install, operate, and maintain Long term price stability Complete control of entire flow & purity range No costly service visits or new equip- ment if your process specifications change Compact – frees up valuable floor space Proven technology with numerous references available Parker is the market leader with over 50,000 successful generator installations Model Number DB-5 DB-10 DB-15 DB-20 Recommended Inlet Pressure 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) Min/Max Inlet Pressure 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) Air Quality Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Pressure Drop 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) Min/Max Ambient Temperature 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) Electrical Requirements 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180 W 120 VAC / 60Hz.,180W 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180W 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180W Nitrogen Dewpoint -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) Commercially Sterile Yes Yes Yes Yes Final Filtration Efficiency 99.99999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um Generator Cabinet Dimensions 28.5”L x 34”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 34”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 51.5”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 51.5”D x 78”H 72 cm x 86 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 131 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 131 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 86 cm x 198 cm Inlet / Outlet Port Size 1/2” NPT / 1/2” NPT 1/2” NPT / 1/2” NPT 1” NPT / 3/4” NPT 1” NPT / 3/4” NPT N2 Storage Tank Size 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) N2 Storage Tank Dimensions 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm Shipping Weight 1076 lbs (488 kg) 1274 lbs (578 kg) 1774 lbs (805 kg) 2000 lbs (907 kg)
  14. 14. 1-800-343-404814 DB-30 DB-40 DB-50 DB-80 Recommended Inlet Pressure 110 psig (7.6 bar) 110 psig (7.6 bar) 110 psig (7.6 bar) 110 psig (7.6 bar) Min/Max Inlet Pressure 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) Air Quality Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Pressure Drop 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) Min/Max Ambient Temperature 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) Electrical Requirements 120VAC/60 Hz. 300W 120VAC/60 Hz. 300W 120VAC/60 Hz. 300W 120VAC/60 Hz. 300W Nitrogen Dewpoint -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) Commercially Sterile Yes Yes Yes Yes Final Filtration Efficiency 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um Inlet Port Size 1.5” NPT Female 2” NPT Female 2” NPT Female 2” NPT Female Outlet Port Size 1” NPT Female 1.5” NPT Female 1.5” NPT Female 1.5” NPT Female Generator Skid Dimensions 64”W x 64”D x 96”H (163cm x 163cm x 244cm) 64”W x 64”D x 96”H (163cm x 163cm x 244cm) 64”W x 64”D x 103”H (163cm x 163cm x 244cm) 64”W x 64”D x 127”H (163cm x 163cm x 244cm) N2 Storage Tank Size 240 Gal. (908 L) 240 Gal. (908 L) 400 Gal. (1514 L) 660 Gal. (2498 L) N2 Storage Tank Dimensions 30"D x 92"H (76 cm x 234 cm) 30"D x 92"H (76 cm x 234 cm) 36"D x 101 "H (91 cm x 257 cm) 42"D x 125"H (107 cm x 318 cm) Shipping Weight 3718 lbs (1686 kg) 4018 lbs (1823 kg) 4635 lbs (2102 kg) 5780 lbs (2622 kg) Principal Specifications PSA Nitrogen Generators - Twin Tower Twin Tower Nitrogen Generators Ordering Information - Models DB30, DB-40, DB-50, DB-80(1) DB N2 Generator with Std O2 Analyzer DB-30 DB-40 DB-50 DB-80 DB N2 Generator with Advanced O2 Analyzer DBOC-30 DBOC-40 DBOC-50 DBOC-80 DB N2 Generator with Trace O2 Analyzer DBOD-30 DBOD-40 DBOD-50 DBOD-80 Maintenance Kits - Models DB30, DB-40, DB-50, DB-80(2) DN N2 Generator with Std O2 Analyzer MKDB30-SS1 MKDB40-SS1 MKDB50-SS1 MKDB80-SS1 DB N2 Generator with Advanced O2 Analyzer MKDBOC30-SS1 MKDBOC40-SS1 MKDBOC50-SS1 MKDBOC80-SS1 DB N2 Generator with Trace O2 Analyzer MKDBOD30-SS1 MKDBOD40-SS1 MKDBOD50-SS1 MKDBOD80-SS1 Notes 1 For CRN/CSA use suffix "-CRN" on these models. 2 Each kit contains two replacement prefilter and two final filter elements. Valve maintenance components are also included. Where needed, a replacement oxygen sensor is also included. 3 At 110 psig nitrogen purity is pressure, temperature and flow dependent. Higher flow and purities can be achieved at higher pressures. For assistance, call 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM EST % Nitrogen DB-30 DB-40 DB-50 DB-80 99.999 552 (14.5) 656 (17.2) 864 (22.7) 1381 (36.3) 99.995 715 (18.8) 847 (22.3) 1115 (29.3) 1783 (46.9) 99.99 1010 (26.6) 1198 (31.5) 1578 (41.5) 2525 (66.4) 99.95 1365 (35.9) 1622 (42.6) 2135 (56.1) 3417 (89.8) 99.9 1530 (40.2) 1812 (47.6) 2390 (62.8) 3818 (100.4) 99.5 2178 (57.3) 2585 (68.0) 3402 (89.4) 5445 (143.1) 99 2270 (59.7) 2690 (70.7) 3545 (93.2) 5670 (149.1) 98 2950 (77.5) 3505 (92.1) 4615 (121.3) 7385 (194.1) 97 3190 (83.9) 3780 (99.4) 4980 (130.9) 7960 (209.3) 96 3945 (103.7) 4680 (123.0) 6157 (161.9) 9845 (258.8) 95 4320 (113.6) 5140 (135.10) 6765 (177.8) 10815 (284.3) Nitrogen Flow SCFH (Nm3 /Hr)(3)
  15. 15. www.parkern2.com15 Nitrogen for Laser Cutting PSA Nitrogen Generators Dry Gas Seal Systems A typical application is pressurizing dry gas seals on selected GAS com- pressor and turbine installations that need inert gas for lubricating and pressurizing dry seals de- signed to contain flammable, toxic, or hazardous process gasses from leaking into the atmosphere. Model with Membrane Dryer for Gas Seals A large expense in owning an indus- trial laser cutting system is nitrogen gas. As lasers become more and more powerful and efficient, and as thicker materials are being cut, the expense of nitrogen mounts. In some cases, traditional bulk liquid nitro- gen supplies cannot create enough high pressure gas to meet laser requirements. An investment in a Parker Nitrogen Generator for laser assist gas will pay for itself in little time. The nitrogen can also be used Selective laser sintering (SLS) commonly uses an inert nitrogen atmosphere to prevent oxidation and eliminate the potential of explosion in the sintering chamber. Tiny par- ticles of plastic, ceramic or glass are fused together with a laser to form a 3D design. Parker has nitrogen systems to meet the needs for this application. Supply nitrogen at up to 500 psig, store nitrogen at up to 3000 psig Produce gas on demand and never run out Eliminate third party contracts and unreliable service Utilizes proven PSA technology that has been developed over the past 30 years No more rental costs, delivery fees or long term contracts Fast return on investment for beam purge. Impurities such as CO2 and water vapor can reduce the power and change the shape of the laser beam. Generating nitrogen on- site is also good for the environment as it eliminates deliveries of gas by traditional means. The system consists of a nitrogen generator, high pressure booster and high pressure storage. A dedicated compressor is available. The system enters economy mode when the storage is full so there is no waste. Nitrogen for 3D Printing Benefits
  16. 16. 1-800-343-404816 Parker Custom Nitrogen Gas Generators Parker’s Nitrogen Systems are customizable - our team of engi- neers will work with you to meet your specific requirements. Energy Efficient Control System Traditional PSA systems operate under a fixed time cycle even when customer nitrogen demand is low. This is very wasteful since it requires compressors to produce large amounts of air to feed the PSA. The En- ergy Efficient Control System (EECS) utilizes the on board nitrogen flow meter to monitor customer demand of nitrogen. During periods of low demand, the time cycle will automatically extend which reduces the air requirement to the PSA when compared to a 60 second fixed time cycle. This ultimately results in an energy savings since the air compres- sor does not have to stay continuously loaded requiring less kilo-watts consumed by the compressor. As an added benefit, valve life can also be extended since the valves are switching less. Differential Pressure Bed Monitoring Differential pressure indicators are included to allow the user to monitor excessive differential pressures across the bed. This is important since high differential pressures can lead fluidization of the CMS inside the adsorption vessels. L/D ratios Beds are sized to maintain a specific length-to-diameter ratio. Proper L/D is critical to prevent feed gas channeling making the nitrogen sepa- ration process inefficient. Optimum L/D is calculated to minimize the channeling effect so maximum bed surface area is realized. Valve Leak Check Incorporated in the system is a Valve Leak Check step which allows the user to determine valve seat health without having to remove the valves from the process. Valve Leak Check can be performed and completed in less than 10 minutes. PSA Standby Separate from the EECS controls is a Standby feature. If nitrogen is no longer required for a period of time, the control system detects a no flow condition which will result in the PSA entering a sleep mode or Standby. This will shut the system down which will in turn time-out the air com- pressors so they are not continuing to run unnecessarily. This will also improve valve seat life since they are no longer cycling. Once the control system detects nitrogen flow the system automatically starts back up and seamlessly resumes nitrogen production. Bed Design Our PSA vessels can be reloaded, unlike some of our competitors. We utilize an ASME flanged on top of the dual bed design (Carbon Molecular Sieve). Some competitors use welded tops and non ASME.
  17. 17. www.parkern2.com17 Advanced O2 Analyzer - OC The advanced oxygen analyzer with advanced galvanic sensor is capable of oxygen analysis from 0.05% to 100%. The sensor has a 1 year expected life. Standard features include auto-ranging capability, two-stage alarms, system diagnostic functions, zero and span calibration. Two sets of digital outputs and a 4-20mA output are avail- able. This option is best for nitrogen purities ≤99.95% Replacement Oxygen Sen- sor P/N GPR-11-60-4. Use P/N GPR-2900-W to order as a wall mount analyzer. Advanced O2 Analyzer - OC Trace O2 Analyzer - OD Trace O2 Analyzer - OD The trace oxygen analyzer with advanced galvanic sensor is capable of oxygen analysis from 0-25%. The sensor has a 1 year expected life. Standard features include auto-ranging capability, two-stage alarms, system diagnostic functions, zero and span calibration. Two sets of digital alarm out- puts and a 4-20mA output signal are available. This option is best for nitrogen purities >99.95% Replace- ment Oxygen Sensor P/N GPR-12-333. Use P/N GPR-1900W to order as a wall mount analyzer. Standard % O2 Analyzer - O For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM Eastern Time Oxygen Analyzer Options TS-02A Analyzer TS-02A Analyzer The Balston TS-02A is a hand held nitrogen analyz- er suitable for spot check- ing lines in your plant. Simply install shraeder valves at the point of test- ing. Resolution to 0.1% and accuracy +/- 1% of full scale. This option is best for spot checking purities of 99.5% or lower. Model Numbers TS-02A Analyzer Standard % O2 Analyzer Advanced Analyzer Trace O2 Analyzer O2 Analyzer Manufacturer Balston Balston Advanced Instruments Advanced Instruments Purity Standard % Standard % Upgraded % High Purity Output LCD Display High/Low Contact Alarm 4-20 Milliamp 4-20 Milliamp Most suitable for Spot Checks ≤ 99.5% Audible Warning ≤ 99.9% 99.5% - 99.99% PPM Levels Replacement Sensors 75695-L9001 72695 GPR-11-60-4 GPR-12-333 MBO-X MBO-X-SB DBO-X DBO-X-EC DB-30 thru 80 Standard % O2 Analyzer; best for purities ≤ 99.5% MBO-1 thru MBO-5 MBO-1-SB thru MBO-5-SB DBO-5 thru DBO-20 DBO-5-EC thru DBO-20-EC DB-30 thru DB-80 Advanced O2 Analyzer; best for purities 99.5%-99.95% MBOC-1 thru MBOC-5 MBOC-1-SB thru MBOC-5-SB DBOC-5 thru DBOC-20 DBOC-5-EC thru DBOC-20-EC DBOC-30 thru DBOC-80 Trace O2 Analyzer; best for purities >99.95% MBOD-1 thru MBOD-5 MBOD-1-SB thru MBOD-5-SB DBOD-5 thru DBOD-20 DBOD-5-EC thru DBOD-20-EC DBOD-30 thru DBOD-80 Ordering Information - O2 Analyzer Options Ordering Information - Models with O2 Analyzer Standard % O2 Analyzer - O The standard oxygen analyzer has a High/Low contact alarm and audible alarm. This option is best for nitrogen purities ≤ 99.9%. Includes High/ Low dry contact Replace- ment Oxygen Sensor P/N 72695. Use P/N 72- 730NA to order as a stand alone analyzer.
  18. 18. 1-800-343-404818 WineMaker Series Nitrogen Generators Generating your own nitrogen elimi- nates the hassles of supplied cyl- inders, dewars or bulk nitrogen. A nitrogen generator dispels any con- cerns about lines icing up, running low, or running out of nitrogen. Costly downtime, tank rental fees, Haz Mat fees, delivery fuel surcharges, price increases, evaporation concerns, and multi- year lease agreements will all be eliminated. Producing your own ni- trogen eliminates reliance on outside vendors, allowing your winery to be more self sufficient. The WineMaker Series Nitrogen Generators typically have a 9-18 month payback, and an operating life of greater than 15 years. Product Features Creates a continuous supply of high purity nitrogen from compressed air Installation is simple: pipe in com- pressed air and pipe out nitrogen. Just connect a standard compressed air line to the inlet of the generator, connect the outlet to your nitrogen line and the unit is ready for trouble free operation. The system is de- signed to operate 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Expansion is done internally within the cabinet. The unit does not get any larger when expanded and there is no need to find more floor space. See bottom of page 10 for further informa- tion. TM Complete package with prefitration, and receiving tank Digital Oxygen analyzer and Digital gas flow meter Plugs into 110 volt outlet Portable and expandable Lease to own options available Services wineries producing from 5,000 to 1 million+ cases Ensures minimal DO pickup Oxygen meter with alarms Oxygen meter calibration switch Operating pressure On / Off switch Outlet psi regulator Operating pressure gauge Flow & Purity controller allows generator to be dialed in to any purity you desire with a simple turn
  19. 19. www.parkern2.com19 Principal Specifications - Models DB-5-W, DB-10-W, DB-15-W, DB-20-W Principal Specifications and Ordering Information Fully enclosed cabinet with casters High efficiency coalescing and sterile air filters Oxygen analyzer available Standard Package Includes: Ordering Information - Models DB-5-W, DB-10-W, DB-15-W, DB-20-W* Dual Bed N2 Generator w/o O2 Analyzer DB-5-W DB-10-W DB-15-W DB-20-W Dual Bed N2 Generator with O2 Analyzer DBO-5-W DBO-10-W DBO-15-W DBO-20-W Maint. Kit for N2 Generator w/o O2 Analyzer MKDB5 MKDB5 MKDB15 MKDB15 Maint. Kit for N2 Generator with O2 Analyzer MKDBO-5 MKDBO-5 MKDBO-15 MKDBO-15 Oxygen Sensor 72695 72695 72695 72695 Nitrogen Generator Flow (SCFH)** (Nm3 /Hr) % Nitrogen DB-5-W DB-10-W DB-15-W DB-20-W 99.9 365 (10.3) 730 (20.7) 1095 (31.0) 1460 (41.3) 99.5 512 (14.5) 1024 (29.0) 1536 (43.5) 2048 (58.0) 99 618 (17.5) 1200 (34.0) 1853 (52.5) 2470 (70.0) ** At 110 psig. Nitrogen generator purity is pressure, temperature, and flow dependent. Higher flow and purities can be accomplished at higher pressures. * Each kit contains two replacement prefilter and two final filter elements. Also included are valve maintenance components. Where needed, a replacement oxygen sensor is also included. For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM Eastern Time High oxygen alarms and dry contacts available PLC controls Stand by mode Purity easily adjusted between 99%-99.9% Outlet pressure regulator 60 gal. vertical nitrogen storage tank Model Number DB-5-W DB-10-W DB-15-W DB-20-W Recommended Inlet Pressure 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) 110 psig (7.58 barg) Min/Max Inlet Pressure 80/140 psig (5.5/9.7 barg) Air Quality Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Clean air without contaminants Pressure Drop 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) 30 psid (2 bard) Min/Max Ambient Temperature 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) 40°F/95°F (4°C/35°C) Electrical Requirements 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180 W 120 VAC / 60Hz.,180W 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180W 120 VAC / 60Hz., 180W Nitrogen Dewpoint -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) -58°F (-50°C) Commercially Sterile Yes Yes Yes Yes Final Filtration Efficiency 99.99999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um 99.9999+ % @ 0.01um Generator Cabinet Dimensions 28.5”L x 34”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 34”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 51.5”D x 78”H 28.5”L x 51.5”D x 78”H 72 cm x 86 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 131 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 131 cm x 198 cm 72 cm x 86 cm x 198 cm Inlet / Outlet 1/2” NPT / 1/2” NPT 1/2” NPT / 1/2” NPT 1” NPT / 3/4” NPT 1” NPT / 3/4” NPT N2 Storage Tank Size 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) 60 Gal. (227 L) N2 Storage Tank Dimensions 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 24"D x 53"H 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm 61 cm x 135 cm Shipping Weight 1076 lbs (488 kg) 1076 lbs (488 kg) 1076 lbs (488 kg) 1076 lbs (488 kg)
  20. 20. 1-800-343-404820 The importance of compressed air as a provider of energy for modern industrial processes is widely known. What is often overlooked however is the need to provide quality treatment for this air. In fact, the air entering the system contains moisture which, when cooled, will turn into liquid water, causing extensive damage not only to the compressed air network, but also to the finished product. These costly contamination problems can be avoided by installing a PRD Series non-cycling refrigerated dryer package complete with Parker Balston high efficiency filtration. Parker’s revolutionary 3-in-1 heat exchanger (PRD10 - PRD175) features a 3-in-1 aluminum design with integral air connections. All models include an air-to- air precooler, while the unique “slowflow” demister ensures perfect dewpoints whatever the operating conditions. Compressed air purification equipment must deliver uncompromising performance and reliability while providing the right balance of air quality with the lowest cost of operation. Many manufacturers offer products for the filtration and purification of contaminated compressed air, which are often selected only upon their initial purchase cost, with little or no regard for the air quality they provide, the cost of operation throughout their life or their environmental impact. When purchasing purification equipment, delivered air quality, the overall cost of ownership and the equipment’s environmental impact must always be considered. PRD Series Non-Cycling Refrigerated Air Dryers For use with Balston Nitrogen Generators Product Features “Plug and Play” design for easy installation Robust timed solenoid drain equals improved reliability (PRD15 - PRD175) Unique 3-in-1 heat exchanger Extremely compact footprint Oversized demister separator resulting in excellent liquid removal over all operating conditions Oversized condenser to operate in ambients to 122˚F (50˚C) Fan cycling ensures stable operation All models incorporate a dewpoint indicator Low pressure differential across dryer (1.45 psi average) ETL listed complete unit Ideal for Nitrogen Generator Air Preparation
  21. 21. www.parkern2.com21 Dryer Model Air Connections Nominal Capacity (scfm)* Dimensions ins (mm) Weight Primary VoltagesH W D lbs kg PRD10 1/2" NPT-F 10 16.9 (430) 8.3 (210) 17.7 (450) 42 19 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD15 1/2" NPT-F 15 16.9 (430) 8.3 (210) 17.7 (450) 42 19 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD25 1/2" NPT-F 25 19.9 (505) 8.3 (210) 19.7 (500) 52 24 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD35 1/2" NPT-F 35 19.9 (505) 8.3 (210) 19.7 (500) 52 24 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD50 3/4" NPT-F 50 22.2 (565) 8.9 (225) 20.5 (520) 58 27 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD75 3/4" NPT-F 75 22.2 (565) 8.9 (225) 20.5 (520) 68 31 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD100 3/4" NPT-F 100 22.2 (565) 8.9 (225) 20.5 (520) 77 35 115V/1Ph/60Hz PRD150 1 1/2" NPT-F 150 23.4 (604) 16.7 (425) 21.9 (555) 128 58 115V/1Ph/60Hz & 230V/1Ph/60Hz PRD175 1 1/2" NPT-F 175 23.4 (604) 16.7 (425) 21.9 (555) 132 60 230V/1Ph/60Hz Technical Information Recommended Dryer, Air Surge Tank Model, and Pre-Filter for Nitrogen Generators Nitrogen Generator Recommended Dryer Model Air Surge Tank Size (Gallons)* Air Surge Tank Model Recommended Pre-Filter Model* MB-1   PRD10-A11516016FLU 60 72-060AST 2104N-1B1-DX MB-3   PRD25-A11516016TXU 60 72-060AST 2104N-1B1-DX MB-5   PRD25-A11516016TXU 60 72-060AST 2104N-1B1-DX DB-5   PRD50-A11516016TXU 60 72-060AST 2206N-1B1-DX DB-10   PRD75-A11516016TXU 120 72-120AST 2206N-1B1-DX DB-15   PRD150-A11516016TX 120 72-120AST 2312N-1B1-DX DB-20   PRD150-A23016016TX** 200 72-200AST 2312N-1B1-DX DB-30   PRD150-A2301606TX** 240 72-240AST 2312N-1B1-DX DB-40   PRD175-A23016016TX** 240 72-240AST 2312N-1B1-DX HFX-1   PRD10-A11516016FLU n/r N/A 2104N-1B1-DX HFX-3   PRD10-A11516016-FLU n/r N/A 2104N-1B1-DX HFX-5   PRD25-A11516016-TXU n/r N/A 2104N-1B1-DX HFX-7   PRD35-A11516016TXU n/r N/A 2104N-1B1-DX HFX-9   PRD50-A11516016-TXU n/r N/A 2206N-1B1-DX HFX-11   PRD100-A11516016-TXU n/r N/A 2206N-1B1-DX * An Air Surge Tank installed between the dryer and the nitrogen generator assures consistent air pretreatment. **230 VAC. Notes: -Flow rates at the following climatic conditions - Ambient Temperature: 100°F (38°C), Inlet Temperature: 100°F (38°C), Inlet Pressure: 100 psi g (7 bar g). -Parker Balston recommends Grade DX pre-filter and Grade BX after-filter. -Filters supplied loose, pre-filter supplied standard with DNC models. Product Selection
  22. 22. 1-800-343-404822 Correction Factors for Models PRD10 - PRD175 To obtain dryer capacity at new conditions, multiply nominal capacity x C1 x C2 x C3. Ambient Temperature (C1) °F 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 °C 16 21 27 32 38 43 49 CF 1.34 1.26 1.17 1.09 1.00 0.91 0.82 Inlet Temperature (C2) °F 90 100 110 120 140 149 °C 32 38 43 49 60 65 CF 1.24 1.00 0.81 0.67 0.45 0.43 Working Pressure (C3) psi g 60 80 100 125 150 175 200 230 bar g 4 6 7 9 10 12 14 16 CFP 0.83 0.93 1.00 1.07 1.12 1.16 1.19 1.22 Notes: 1 Standard equipment includes: -Models PRD10 - PRD175 have electromechanical control -6’ power cord (115V models) on Models PRD10 - PRD125 only -On/Off switch -R134a environmentally friendly refrigerant Technical Data Models Max Ambient Temperature Max Inlet Temperature Min Ambient Temperature Max Inlet Pressure Refrigerant PRD10 - PRD175 122°F (50°C) 149°F (65°C) 41°F (5°C) 232 psi g (16 bar g) R134a -Power On light -Built-in demister for high efficient removal of condensed liquid -Removable cabinet for easy access to internal components -Moisture dewpoint indicator -Automatic condensate drain on Model PRD10 -Tmed solenoid condensate drain on Models PRD15 - PRD175 2 For reliable operation and to meet warranty conditions, a pre-filter must be installed For assistance, call toll-free at 1-800-343-4048 8AM to 5PM Eastern Time Technical Information
  23. 23. 11. Improper use and Indemnity. Buyer shall indemnify, defend, and hold Seller harmless from any claim, liability, damages, lawsuits, and costs (including attorney fees), whether for personal injury, property damage, patent, trademark or copyright infringement or any other claim, brought by or incurred by Buyer, Buyer’s employees, or any other person, arising out of: (a) improper selection, improper application or other misuse of Products purchased by Buyer from Seller; (b) any act or omission, negligent or otherwise, of Buyer; (c) Seller’s use of patterns, plans, drawings, or specifications furnished by Buyer to manufacture Product; or (d) Buyer’s failure to comply with these terms and conditions. Seller shall not indemnify Buyer under any circumstance except as otherwise provided. 12. Cancellations and Changes. Orders shall not be subject to cancellation or change by Buyer for any reason, except with Seller’s written consent and upon terms that will indem- nify, defend and hold Seller harmless against all direct, incidental and consequential loss or damage. Seller may change product features, specifications, designs and availability with notice to Buyer. 13. Limitation on Assignment. Buyer may not assign its rights or obligations under this agreement without the prior written consent of Seller. 14. Force Majeure. Seller does not assume the risk and shall not be liable for delay or failure to perform any of Seller’s obligations by reason of circumstances beyond the reason- able control of Seller (hereinafter “Events of Force Majeure”). Events of Force Majeure shall include without limitation: accidents, strikes or labor disputes, acts of any government or government agency, acts of nature, delays or failures in delivery from carriers or suppliers, shortages of materials, or any other cause beyond Seller’s reasonable control. 15. Waiver and Severability. Failure to enforce any provision of this agreement will not waive that provision nor will any such failure prejudice Seller’s right to enforce that provi- sion in the future. Invalidation of any provision of this agreement by legislation or other rule of law shall not invalidate any other provision herein. The remaining provisions of this agreement will remain in full force and effect. 16. Termination. Seller may terminate this agreement for any reason and at any time by giving Buyer thirty (30) days written notice of termination. Seller may immediately terminate this agreement, in writing, if Buyer: (a) commits a breach of any provision of this agreement (b) appointments a trustee, receiver or custodian for all or any part of Buyer’s property (c) files a petition for relief in bankruptcy on its own behalf, or by a third party (d) makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or (e) dissolves or liquidates all or a majority of its assets. 17. Governing Law. This agreement and the sale and delivery of all Products hereunder shall be deemed to have taken place in and shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Ohio, as applicable to contracts executed and wholly performed therein and without regard to conflicts of laws principles. Buyer irrevocably agrees and consents to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the courts of Cuyahoga County, Ohio with respect to any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this agreement. 18. Indemnity for Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights. Seller shall have no li- ability for infringement of any patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade dress, trade secrets or similar rights except as provided in this Section. Seller will defend and indemnify Buyer against allegations of infringement of U.S. patents, U.S. trademarks, copyrights, trade dress and trade secrets (“Intellectual Property Rights”). Seller will defend at its expense and will pay the cost of any settlement or damages awarded in an action brought against Buyer based on an allegation that a Product sold pursuant to this Agreement infringes the Intel- lectual Property Rights of a third party. Seller’s obligation to defend and indemnify Buyer is contingent on Buyer notifying Seller within ten (10) days after Buyer becomes aware of such allegations of infringement, and Seller having sole control over the defense of any allegations or actions including all negotiations for settlement or compromise. If a Product is subject to a claim that it infringes the Intellectual Property Rights of a third party, Seller may, at its sole expense and option, procure for Buyer the right to continue using the Prod- uct, replace or modify the Product so as to make it noninfringing, or offer to accept return of the Product and return the purchase price less a reasonable allowance for depreciation. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller shall have no liability for claims of infringement based on information provided by Buyer, or directed to Products delivered hereunder for which the designs are specified in whole or part by Buyer, or infringements resulting from the modification, combination or use in a system of any Product sold hereunder. The forego- ing provisions of this Section shall constitute Seller’s sole and exclusive liability and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for infringement of Intellectual Property Rights. 19. Entire Agreement. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the Buyer and Seller and constitutes the final, complete and exclusive expression of the terms of sale. All prior or contemporaneous written or oral agreements or negotiations with respect to the subject matter are herein merged. 20. Compliance with Law, U. K. Bribery Act and U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Buyer agrees to comply with all applicable laws and regulations, including both those of the United Kingdom and the United States of America, and of the country or countries of the Territory in which Buyer may operate, including without limitation the U. K. Bribery Act, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and the U.S. Anti-Kickback Act (the “Anti-Kickback Act”), and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Seller from the consequences of any vio- lation of such provisions by Buyer, its employees or agents. Buyer acknowledges that they are familiar with the provisions of the U. K. Bribery Act, the FCPA and the Anti-Kickback Act, and certifies that Buyer will adhere to the requirements thereof. In particular, Buyer repre- sents and agrees that Buyer shall not make any payment or give anything of value, directly or indirectly to any governmental official, any foreign political party or official thereof, any candidate for foreign political office, or any commercial entity or person, for the purpose of influencing such person to purchase products or otherwise benefit the business of Seller. Offer of Sale The items described in this document and other documents and descriptions provided by Parker Hannifin Corporation, its subsidiaries and its authorized distributors (“Seller”) are hereby offered for sale at prices to be established by Seller. This offer and its acceptance by any customer (“Buyer”) shall be governed by all of the following Terms and Condi- tions. Buyer’s order for any item described in its document, when communicated to Seller verbally, or in writing, shall constitute acceptance of this offer. All goods, services or work described will be referred to as “Products”. 1. Terms and Conditions. Seller’s willingness to offer Products, or accept an order for Products, to or from Buyer is subject to these Terms and Conditions or any newer version of the terms and conditions found on-line at www.parker.com/saleterms/. Seller objects to any contrary or additional terms or conditions of Buyer’s order or any other document issued by Buyer. 2. Price Adjustments; Payments. Prices stated on Seller’s quote or other documentation offered by Seller are valid for 30 days, and do not include any sales, use, or other taxes unless specifically stated. Unless otherwise specified by Seller, all prices are F.C.A. Seller’s facility (INCOTERMS 2010). Payment is subject to credit approval and is due 30 days from the date of invoice or such other term as required by Seller’s Credit Department, after which Buyer shall pay interest on any unpaid invoices at the rate of 1.5% per month or the maximum allowable rate under applicable law. 3. Delivery Dates; Title and Risk; Shipment. All delivery dates are approximate and Seller shall not be responsible for any damages resulting from any delay. Regardless of the man- ner of shipment, title to any products and risk of loss or damage shall pass to Buyer upon placement of the products with the shipment carrier at Seller’s facility. Unless otherwise stated, Seller may exercise its judgment in choosing the carrier and means of delivery. No deferment of shipment at Buyers’ request beyond the respective dates indicated will be made except on terms that will indemnify, defend and hold Seller harmless against all loss and additional expense. Buyer shall be responsible for any additional shipping charges incurred by Seller due to Buyer’s acts or omissions. 4. Warranty. Seller warrants that the Products sold hereunder shall be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of delivery to Buyer or 2,000 hours of normal use, whichever occurs first. The prices charged for Seller’s products are based upon the exclusive limited warranty stated above, and upon the follow- ing disclaimer: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY: THIS WARRANTY COMPRISES THE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAINING TO PRODUCTS PROVIDED HEREUNDER. SELLER DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS AND IMPLIED, INCLUDING DESIGN, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 5. Claims; Commencement of Actions. Buyer shall promptly inspect all Products upon de- livery. No claims for shortages will be allowed unless reported to the Seller within 10 days of delivery. No other claims against Seller will be allowed unless asserted in writing within 30 days after delivery. Buyer shall notify Seller of any alleged breach of warranty within 30 days after the date the defect is or should have been discovered by Buyer. Any action based upon breach of this agreement or upon any other claim arising out of this sale (other than an action by Seller for an amount due on any invoice) must be commenced within 12 months from the date of the breach without regard to the date breach is discovered. 6. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. UPON NOTIFICATION, SELLER WILL, AT ITS OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT, OR REFUND THE PURCHASE PRICE. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE TO BUYER FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF, OR AS THE RESULT OF, THE SALE, DELIV- ERY, NON-DELIVERY, SERVICING, USE OR LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCTS OR ANY PART THEREOF, OR FOR ANY CHARGES OR EXPENSES OF ANY NATURE INCURRED WITHOUT SELLER’S WRITTEN CONSENT, EVEN IF SELLER HAS BEEN NEGLIGENT, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHER LEGAL THEORY. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER’S LIABILITY UNDER ANY CLAIM MADE BY BUYER EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCTS. 7. User Responsibility. The user, through its own analysis and testing, is solely responsible for making the final selection of the system and Product and assuring that all performance, endurance, maintenance, safety and warning requirements of the application are met. The user must analyze all aspects of the application and follow applicable industry standards and Product information. If Seller provides Product or system options, the user is respon- sible for determining that such data and specifications are suitable and sufficient for all applications and reasonably foreseeable uses of the Products or systems. 8. Loss to Buyer’s Property. Any designs, tools, patterns, materials, drawings, confidential information or equipment furnished by Buyer or any other items which become Buyer’s property, will be considered obsolete and may be destroyed by Seller after two consecutive years have elapsed without Buyer ordering the items manufactured using such property. Seller shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to such property while it is in Seller’s possession or control. 9. Special Tooling. A tooling charge may be imposed for any special tooling, including without limitation, dies, fixtures, molds and patterns, acquired to manufacture Products. Such special tooling shall be and remain Seller’s property notwithstanding payment of any charges by Buyer. In no event will Buyer acquire any interest in apparatus belonging to Seller which is utilized in the manufacture of the Products, even if such apparatus has been specially converted or adapted for such manufacture and notwithstanding any charges paid by Buyer. Unless otherwise agreed, Seller shall have the right to alter, discard or otherwise dispose of any special tooling or other property in its sole discretion at any time. 10. Buyer’s Obligation; Rights of Seller. To secure payment of all sums due or otherwise, Seller shall retain a security interest in the goods delivered and this agreement shall be deemed a Security Agreement under the Uniform Commercial Code. Buyer authorizes Seller as its attorney to execute and file on Buyer’s behalf all documents Seller deems necessary to perfect its security interest.
  24. 24. Parker Hannifin Corporation Gas Separation and Filtration Division 4087 Walden Ave. Lancaster, NY 14086 T 716 686 6400, F 877 857 3800 1 800 343 4048 (US & Canada) www.parkern2.com © 2010, 2017 Parker Hannifin Corporation. Product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Printed in U.S.A. Bulletin N2-R 06/2017 Worldwide Filtration Manufacturing Locations North America Compressed Air Treatment Gas Separation & Filtration Division Lancaster, NY 716 686 6400 www.parker.com/gsf Haverhill, MA 978 858 0505 www.parker.com/gsf Engine Filtration Racor Modesto, CA 209 521 7860 www.parker.com/racor Holly Springs, MS 662 252 2656 www.parker.com/racor Hydraulic Filtration Hydraulic & Fuel Filtration Metamora, OH 419 644 4311 www.parker.com/hydraulicfilter Laval, QC Canada 450 629 9594 www.parkerfarr.com Velcon Colorado Springs, CO 719 531 5855 www.velcon.com Process Filtration domnick hunter Process Filtration SciLog Oxnard, CA 805 604 3400 www.parker.com/processfiltration Water Purification Village Marine, Sea Recovery, Horizon Reverse Osmosis Carson, CA 310 637 3400 www.parker.com/watermakers Europe Compressed Air Treatment Gas Separation & Filtration Division EMEA Gas Generation/Compressed Air and Gas Treatment Gateshead, England +44 (0) 191 402 9000 www.parker.com/gsfe Membrane and Modules Etten-Leur, Netherlands +31 76 508 5300 www.parker.com/gsfe Hiross Zander Essen, Germany +49 2054 9340 www.parker.com/gsfe Padova, Italy +39 049 9712 111 www.parker.com/gsfe Engine Filtration & Water Purification Racor Dewsbury, England +44 (0) 1924 487 000 www.parker.com/rfde Racor Research & Development Stuttgart, Germany +49 (0)711 7071 290-10 Hydraulic Filtration Hydraulic Filter Arnhem, Holland +31 26 3760376 www.parker.com/hfde Urjala, Finland +358 20 753 2500 Condition Monitoring Parker Kittiwake West Sussex, England +44 (0) 1903 731 470 www.kittiwake.com Process Filtration domnick hunter Process Filtration Parker Twin Filter BV Birtley, England +44 (0) 191 410 5121 www.parker.com/processfiltration Asia Pacific Australia Castle Hill, Australia +61 2 9634 7777 www.parker.com/australia China Shanghai, China +86 21 5031 2525 www.parker.com/china India Chennai, India +91 22 4391 0700 www.parker.com/india Parker Fowler Bangalore, India +91 80 2783 6794 www.johnfowlerindia.com Japan Tokyo, Japan +81 45 870 1522 www.parker.com/japan Korea Hwaseon-City +82 31 359 0852 www.parker.com/korea Singapore Jurong Town, Singapore +65 6887 6300 www.parker.com/singapore Thailand Bangkok, Thailand +66 2186 7000 www.parker.com/thailand Latin America Parker Comercio Ltda. Filtration Division Sao Paulo, Brazil +55 12 4009 3500 www.parker.com/br Pan American Division Miami, FL 305 470 8800 www.parker.com/panam Africa Aeroport Kempton Park, South Africa +27 11 9610700 www.parker.com/africa

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